Journal Issue

Index for Volume 21 (1984)

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
December 1984
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Adjustment programs in Africa

  • Justin Zulu and Salen Nsouli March p5

Adjustment to external shocks

  • Parvez Hasan December p14

Agricultural lending by the Bank, 1974–84

  • Montague Yudelman December p45

Aid flows: the role of the DAC

  • Michael Blackwell March p42

Are real wages too high in Europe?

  • Jacques Artus December p10

Bretton Woods at forty

  • Some impressions of the early Fund

    • Joseph Gold March p23

  • Milestones—Bretton Woods, 40 years later March p26

  • The World Bank: from reconstruction to development: An institution emerges

    • Davidson Sommers June p30

  • The coming of age

    • Roger Chaufournier June p32

  • Do we need a new Bretton Woods?

    • Edward M. Bernstein September p5

  • The institutional evolution of the IMF September p7

  • The World Bank and development: a personal perspective

    • Andrew Kamarck December p26

Can local participation help development?

  • Michael Cernea December p41

The Caribbean Group

  • Robert Kanchuger September p44

The concessionality of foreign assistance

  • Danny Leipziger March p44

Cutting government expenditures in LDCs

  • Norman Hicks and

  • Anne Kubisch September p37

Determining the appropriate exchange rate

  • in LDCs Ahsan Habib Mansur December p18

The effects of adjustment

  • Wanda Tseng December p2

Expatriate labor in Arab oil-producing countries

  • Naiem A. Sherbiny December p34

External shocks and policy responses in

  • sub-Saharan Africa, 1973–78

  • Bela Balassa March p10

Financial supermarkets in the United States

  • Charles Collyns and Yusuke Horiguchi March p18

Finance & Development: the first 20 years June p47

Focus on small economies

  • Ministate economies vicente Galbis June p36

  • Industrial policy in small developing countries

    • Barend de Vries June p39

  • Small island economies

    • Benito Legarda June p42

The IMF’s role in a changing world

  • William B. Dale March p2

The IMF’s role in developing countries

  • Tony Killick and the Editor September p21

Increasing private capital flows to LDCs

  • Ibrahim Shihata December p6

Interest rates and exchange rates

  • Susan Schadler June p7

Lessons from East African agriculture

  • Christopher Walton March p13

Mass media in development—an overview

  • Shuja Nawaz June p44

Measuring tax evasion

  • Somchai Richupan December p38

Mobilizing finance for development

  • Moeen Qureshi September p2

Nature and origins of debt-servicing difficulties

  • Donal Donovan December p22

On the spot—Fund and Bank representatives

  • in the field Sheila Meehan September p47

Population distribution within LDCs

  • Dennis Mahar September p15

Population growth

  • Nancy Birdsall September p10

Population policy: country experience

  • Martha Ainsworth September p18

Price distortions and growth

  • Ramgopal Agarwala March p33

Pricing and exchange rates in planned

  • economies Toma Gudac September p40

Private investment in developing countries

  • Mario Blejer and Mohsin S. Khan June p26

The private SDR

  • Pierre van den Boogaerde June p20

Progress report on African

  • development March p17

Prospects for a new “oil dialogue”

  • Jahangir Amuzegar September p28

The realities of economic

  • interdependence March p28

Sharing knowledge—Bank and

  • Fund publications March p48

The stabilizing role of fiscal policy

  • Sheetal Chand March p38

Sustaining recovery, reviving development

  • Kenneth Friedman and Balwant Garcha December p31

Telecommunications in developing countries

  • Bjorn Wellenius September p33

Toward sustained development:

  • A joint program of action for sub-Saharan Africa December p29

Trade strategies and employment in developing countries

  • Anne O. Krueger June p23

Whither the exchange rate system?

  • Morris Goldstein June p2

The World Bank in a changing financial environment

  • Thomas Hoopengardner and Ines Garcia-Thoumi June p12

The World Bank’s currency swaps

  • Christine Wallich June p15

World economy in transition

  • Indicators of growth March p47

  • Product shares September p49


Pedro Aspe Armella, et al. (editors), Financial Policies and the World Capital Market, reviewed by Manuel Guitián, March p49.

Robert Ballance and Stuart Sinclair, Collapse and Survival, reviewed by Subimal Mookerjee, June p49.

Michael Beenstock, The World Economy in Transition, reviewed by Peter Miović, March p50.

Alec Cairncross and Barry Eichengreen, Sterling in Decline, reviewed by Margaret Garritsen de Vries, June p50.

Robert Chambers, Rural Development, reviewed by Leif Christoffersen, December p49.

William R. Cline (editor), Trade Policy in the 1980s, reviewed by Bahram Nowzad, June p50.

Rudiger Dornbusch and Mario Henrique Simonsen (editors). Inflation, Debt, and Indexation, reviewed by Peter Knight, September p50.

Milton J. Esman and Norman T. Uphoff, Local Organizations, reviewed by Ridley Nelson, December p49.

Robert J. Flanagan, et al., Unionism, Economic Stabilization, and Incomes Policies, reviewed by Jozef Van’t dack, September p52.

David Heald, Public Expenditure, reviewed by Liam Ebrill, June p50.

Andrew M. Kamarck, Economics and the Real World, reviewed by Bahram Nowzad, March p50.

Clark Kerr, The Future of Industrial Societies, reviewed by Subimal Mookerjee, June p49.

Arjo Klamer, Conversations with Economists, reviewed by Subimal Mookerjee, September p51.

Rich Kronish and Kenneth S. Mericle (editors), The Political Economy of the Latin American Motor Vehicle Industry, reviewed by Shahid Yusuf, December p50.

George Macesich, The Politics of Monetarism, reviewed by Alessandro Penati, December p48.

Marc A. Miles, Beyond Monetarism, reviewed by Alessandro Penati, December p48.

Robert Millward, et al., Public Sector Economics, reviewed by Robert Roy Schneider, September p50.

Andrew J. Pierre (editor), Unemployment and Growth in the Western Economies, reviewed by James Blalock, December p50.

Peter Robson, Integration, Development and Equity, reviewed by Rattan Bhatia, June p51.

F. M. Scherer, Innovation and Growth, reviewed by Frederick Moore, December p48.

Robert Stobaugh and Louis T. Wells, Jr. (editors), Technology Crossing Boundaries, reviewed by Carl Dahlman, December p49.

Thomas J. Trebat, Brazil’s State-Owned Enterprises, reviewed by Peter Knight, June p51.

Louis T. Wells, Jr., Third World Multinationals, reviewed by Carl Dahlman, March p51.

John Williamson, The Exchange Rate System, reviewed by Hans Schmitt, March p49.

David Worswick and James Thevithick (editors), Keynes and the Modern World, reviewed by Bahram Nowzad, September p51.

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